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Our Course Website Designs

Click on each hyperlinked course number to see the different ways SIMS student designers have approached website development.

 
SPRING 2001
History of Art 172 The Dutch Golden Age Elizabeth Honig
57


FALL 2000
Anthropology 1 Introduction to Physical Anthropology Lori Hager 442
Anthropology 114 History of Anthropological Thought Xin Liu 171
Chemistry 1A
(ongoing development)
General Chemistry Mark Kubinec / Alex Pines 1,198
Earth and Planetary Science C120 Analysis of Environmental Data James Kirchner 67

Economics 136
(ongoing development of Fall 1999 site)

Financial Economics Roger Craine 131
Environmental Science, Policy and Management 50AC Introduction to Culture and Natural Resource Management Lynn Huntsinger 103
History 5 (ongoing development) European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present Peter Sahlins 232
History 8A
(ongoing development of Fall 1999 site)
Colonial Latin America William Taylor 76
History of Art 104
(update of Fall 1998 site
-- This site is password-protected.**)
Gender and Representation Elizabeth Honig 58

International and Area Studies 45
(ongoing development of Spring 2000 site)

Survey of World History Alan Karras 148
Interdisciplinary Studies 100A
Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis Renate Holub 80
Letters and Science 118 Framing the Arts at Berkeley Charles Altieri 64
Nutritional Sciences 10 Introduction to Human Nutrition Nancy Amy 700
Political Economy of Industrial Societies (PEIS) 100 Classical Theories of Political Economy Beverly Crawford 103
Practice of Art 8 Introduction to Visual Thinking John McNamara 133
Public Health 14 Healthy People: Introduction to Health Promotion Bernard Griego 138
Public Health 150D Introduction to Health Policy and Management Ray Catalano 96
Public Health 162A Public Health Microbiology Gertrude Buehring 117
Public Policy 101 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Eugene Bardach 57
Public Policy 184 The Economics of Public Problem-Solving Lee S. Friedman 26
Sociology 1 Introduction to Sociology Ann Swidler 197
Sociology 130 Social Stratification Neil D. Fligstein 117
Sociology 133 (ongoing development of Spring 2000 site) Gender and Society, the Sociology of Women Raka Ray 95

Women's Studies 10
(ongoing development of Fall 1999 site)

Introduction to Women's Studies Barrie Thorne 80

**Contact Sally Thomas to gain permission to password-protected sites.

SUMMER 2000
Chemistry 1A General Chemistry Mark Kubinec
100
Film Studies 140
(ongoing development of FS 151)
Special Topics in Film: Alfred Hitchcock Marilyn Fabe
39

 
SPRING 2000
Course # Course Title Course Professor Class Size
American Studies C169B (cross listed as Environmental Design C169B & Geography C160B) History of the US Cultural Environment Paul Groth
80
American Studies C172 (cross listed as Business Administration 172) Business in Its Historical Environment Christine Rosen
60
Asian Studies 10B Introduction to Modern Asian Cultures Lowell Dittmer
143
Chemistry 1A (for Summer/Fall 2000) General Chemistry Mark Kubinec / Alex Pines
1,500
Economics 100A Economic Analysis--Micro Glenn Woroch
400
Education 186 AC (cross listed as Ethnic Studies 159 AC and Geography 159 AC) The Southern Border Harley Shaiken / Beatriz Manz
250
English 45C Literature in English from the mid-19th through the 20th century Charles Altieri
99
Film Studies 50 Introduction to Film for Nonmajors Russell Merritt
151
Film Studies 151 Auteur Theory: Alfred Hitchcock Marilyn Fabe
90
History 5 European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present Carla Hesse
260
History 8B Latin America: The National Period Margaret Chowning
152
History of Art 108 Cities and the Arts Elizabeth Honig
84
Interdisciplinary Studies 100B
(update of Spring '99 site)
Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis Renate Holub
80
International and Area Studies 45 Survey of World History Alan Karras
113
Italian 235-001 Antonio Gramsci, Critical Theory, and Cultures of Globalization Renate Holub
12
Legal Studies 147
(for Fall 2000)
Law and Economics II Robert Cooter
150
Linguistics 55 The American Languages Leanne Hinton
90
Linguistics 155
(redesign of existing site)
Native America Meets the Europeans Richard Rhodes
200
Middle Eastern Studies 20 Perspectives on the Middle East Laurence Michalak
50
Political Economy of Industrial Societies (PEIS) 100 Classical Theories of Political Economy Alan Karras
137
PEIS 101 Contemporary Theories of Political Economy Beverly Kay Crawford
150
Social Welfare 100 Social Welfare Policy Paul Terrell
142
Sociology 133 Gender and Society: The Sociology of Women Raka Ray
100

 
FALL 1999

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

African American Studies 27 Lives of Struggle: Minorities in a Majority Culture Percy C. Hintzen 117
American Studies C174
(Cross-listed with English C143V and Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies C135)
Visual Autobiography

Lewis Watts
Hertha D. Sweet Wong

52
Classics 35 Greek Tragedy Mark Griffith 84
Dramatic Art 26 Issues in World Theater David Williams 75
Economics 121 Industrial Organization and Public Policy Glenn Woroch 145
Economics 131 Public Sector Microeconomics Hilary Williamson Hoynes 116
Economics 136 Financial Economics Roger Craine 174
English 45A Literature in English through Milton John Niles 165

Environmental Policy, Science, and Management 161
(for Fall 2000)

Environmental Philosophy and Ethics Carolyn Merchant  
History 5 European Civilization from the Renaissance to the Present Thomas Laqueur 280
History 8A Colonial Latin America William Taylor 90
History of Art 166 Van Eyck to Brueghel Elizabeth Honig 52
Linguistics 55 The American Languages Robin T. Lakoff 159
Visual Studies 181 Introduction to Photography Lewis Watts 23

Women's Studies 10

Introduction to Women's Studies Barrie Thorne 104

**Contact Sally Thomas to gain permission to password-protected sites.

SPRING 1999

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

American Studies 102 Examining U.S. Cultures in Place: Documenting Oakland Lewis Watts 50
Astronomy 10 Introduction to Astronomy Gibor Basri 250
Chicano Studies 150B History of the Southwest: Mexican-United States War to Present Alex Saragoza 54
City Planning 118AC The Urban Community Robert S. Ogilvie 150
City Planning 116 Urban Planning Process--The Undergraduate Planning Studio Betsy Morris
Michael Neuman
33
Economics 100A Intermediate Microeconomics Jeff Perloff 350
Ethnic Studies 21 A Comparative Survey of Racial and Ethnic Groups in the U.S. Alex Saragoza 469

History of Art 154
(This site is password-protected.**)

Byzantine Art Harvey Stahl 26

History of Art
160
(This site is password-protected.**)

Renaissance Art in Florence 1400-1600 Loren Partridge 84
History of Art 173 The Age of Rubens Elizabeth A. Honig 52
Interdisciplinary Studies 100B Introduction to Social Theory and Cultural Analysis Renate Holub 60
Linguistics 105 & Cognitive Science 101/201
(This site is password-protected.**)
The Mind and Language Eve Sweetser 93
Mass Communications 101 The Structure of Mass Communications Tom Leonard 165
Philosophy 146 Philosophy of Mathematics Paolo Mancosu 50
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies 56AC Crossroads: California and the World Alex Saragoza 50

**Contact Sally Thomas to gain permission to password-protected sites.

FALL 1998

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

Classics 10A Introduction to Greek Civilization Anthony A. Long 86
City Planning 110 Introduction to City Planning Frederick Collignon 120
City Planning 240 Theories of Urban Form and Design Michael Southworth  
City Planning 260 Theory, History, and Practice of Community Development Robert S. Ogilvie 15
DiscDoc Latin Robert Knapp 15
English 45c Mostly Modernism Katherine Snyder 132
English 132 The American Novel Ron Loewinsohn 140
ESPM-C12 Introduction to Environmental Studies Gregory Gilbert, Robert Hass 99
History 137AC The Repeopling of America Jon A. Gjerde 142
History of Art 104
(This site is password-protected.**)
Gender and Representation Elizabeth Honig 58
Philosophy 7 Existentialism in Literature and Film Hubert L. Dreyfus 226
Philosophy 140A Intermediate Logic Paolo Mancosu 20
Philosophy 185 Heidegger Hubert L. Dreyfus 125
VS181/VS182 Visual Studies Lewis Watts 50

**Contact Sally Thomas to gain permission to password-protected sites.

SUMMER 1998

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

English N166 The Beat Poets Ron Loewinsohn
80
English N132 The American Novel (archived site) Ron Loewinsohn
125

 
SPRING 1998

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

Econ 110

Microeconomic Theory

Steven Goldman

50

PS 123

International Law

Beth Simmons

53

PS 146c

South Africa: The Politics of Transformation

Robert Price

 100

PS 201B

Adapting to a Global Economy

John Zysman

25

PS 231-a

Introduction to Statistics for Political Scientists

Henry Brady

105

PS 239

Conceptualization, Measurement, & Causal Thinking

Henry Brady

15

PS 273

American Urban Politics

Judy Gruber

10

 
FALL 1997

Course #

Course Title

Course Professor

Class Size

Econ 201 Economic Theory Steven Goldman
75
Econ 210a Intro to Economic History Brad De Long
30
 


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